Senior J2EE Developer (contract) (Former Employee) – Markham, ON – 16 May 2017
The office is well organized. People are friendly and easy to get along. However the productivity is low due to team's lack of proper experience. Also it's hard to get help from help from other department.
The branch I worked at was great... can't say that about others
ISSR (Former Employee) – Weyburn, SK – 26 April 2017
Overall good company. Inconsistent on firing practices in my opinion. People still employed after blatantly breaking company policies and laws, which affects job performance and customer service, while others make a small mistake unrelated to job performance and are let go.
Branch Manager (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 7 April 2017
Good place to work, people are treated fairly good but there is zero accountability on the sales side of the business. The people that you worked with make or break the job there but the culture use to be strong but i'm know going forward it's going downhill.
Warehouse Supervisor (Current Employee) – Canada – 6 March 2017
Management and decision changes on routine. Employees get confused. Fast pace and unpredictable environment. Too much favoritism on top level. On lower level job is more secure. you will see worker with 30 years in the company and management not more than 2 yrs.
Central File Maintenance Control Desk (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 8 February 2017
Our team was very productive, worked hard, got along with one another, enjoyed each others company, as well as having great fun. We acknowledged each others work as well as helping each other when needed. My manager was awesome to work for. The hardest part of my job was the many fields that needed to be updated to see the final result.
Technical Support Specialist (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 14 January 2017
In the 2 years I have been there they have made so many changes and removed so many long term employees it doesn't make me feel like this is a place you can have a long term career. Especially if you are located in western Canada.
Account Manager (Former Employee) – London, ON – 4 January 2017
Morale is horrible, laying off people all over the place and closing branches. Constantly telling staff closures and re-structures are completed and then more come. Unstable - management doesn't know how to support staff... I would imagine it to be similar to working in a zoo lol
EDI Analyst and Developer (Current Employee) – Lake Forest, IL – 7 September 2016
This is the best place I ever worked in so far. The people are very nice, kind, and professional at the same time. The load of work is kind of high since it's a very big company, but managers are very helpful and very knowledgeable of their job to the point of making everybody like what they do.
Full-Time ISSR (Current Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 29 August 2016
This is a good place to work. The work is interesting, and challenging all at the same time. Lots of exposure to new, weird and wonderful customers, products, experiences and situations. The people around you for the most part are awesome at what they do and are willing to help you get to where you'd like to go.
Team Lead - Contract Data Analyst (Current Employee) – Richmond Hill, ON – 27 July 2016
A typical day at work is exactly that, a typical day, but with a bit of fun thrown in. I have learnt a lot, and was allowed to take on projects outside of the scope of my normal work. My direct manager was great, and so too were the higher ups, no real complaints. Most enjoyable part were the outings, of course! Who doesn't love a good barbeque!
Canada's largest industrial supplier, nearly 3,000 employees
Manager (Former Employee) – Markham, ON – 13 June 2016
AGI is going through lots of change to decrease their reliance on the oil and gas sector. I had 2 managers during my time and a couple different roles. AGI can be a good place to work, depending on your department. They have invested heavily in SAP recently. Like any large company, you have good people and bad people.
Some good people, new head office, good work/life balance
Little career path outside of sales, constantly changing senior leadership, HR policies need an update to 2016